Today, leave nothing to chance. Do your research. You and only you are responsible for your life choices and decisions. We cannot make progress in life without making decisions. Despite our fears, most decisions aren’t permanent. Most things we can stop, evolve or reverse.
Some decisions in our life may be fruitful and some may not. Point is to take a decision and stick with it. Let the result come if its good then its alright, or if you are not satisfied with the result then modify or replace with new decision. Its a constant process. What ever decision you make, treat others fairly and with compassion. Research has shown that we are happiest when we are fairly decent to others, in the sense of being pretty honest and reliable, and don’t live entirely for ourselves. Similarly, we seem to be happiest when we’re also decent to ourselves, expressing our emotions to others, and negotiating in order to get along. Every decision brings with it some good, some bad, some lessons, and some luck. The only thing that’s for sure is that indecision steals many years from many people who wind up wishing they’d just had the courage to leap.
If you were born on September 13th, structure and order are the touchstones of your existence. Often broad-minded and a humanitarian, with good reasoning powers, you seek fairness and practical solutions. You have to guard against getting yourself worked up and becoming overly impatient. You are known for working hard. People know you accomplish much through determination. You are attracted to optimistic people, and they can inspire you with new ideas and opportunities. In order to get love and affection, you may have to give up some of your cravings for new experiences. Because of your workaholic tendencies, you may appear less interested in love and romance than you really are. Friendship is almost as necessary to you as love, and your initial attraction to someone is often mental.
Daily thought for September 13th: One of the greatest joys in life comes from giving to those in need. And we always have something to give: our time, our finances, our effort. Often, the very thing we take for granted may be a tremendous blessing to someone else.